Muruku is generally made during Diwali and on holidays for kids to munch. Ragi (finger millet) is one ingredient that I try to include in all my cooking and baking. Ragi is highly nutritious and rich in calcium. I wanted to try ragi muruku since long time. It turned out so crunchy and delicious with the aroma of ground nut. Homemade snacks are always healthy and mouth watering. Do try it for your family and enjoy it!
⏲️PREP TIME : 30 minutes
⏲️COOK TIME : 60 minutes
🍲CUISINE : Indian
🥘COURSE : snacks
🍴YIELD : 3/4 kg
INGREDIENTS REQUIRED :
Ragi – 1cup (450 gm)
Rice flour -1/2 cup (225gm)
Fried gram 1/8 cup (95gm)
Red chilli powder – 1tbsp
Butter – 3tbsp
Ground nut oil for frying
Sesame seeds – 1tbsp
Cumin seeds – 1tbsp
Dry roast fried gram till warm.
In a mixy jar, powder the roasted fried gram .
Dry roast ragi and rice flour till warm.
Sift Ragi flour, rice flour and fried gram flour together.
Add chilli powder, sesame seeds, cumin seeds, butter and salt.
Make a dough by adding water little by little.
Fill in the muruku making instrument and squeeze in fumming hot oil directly.
Fry in medium flame.
Let the muruku fry until the bubbles settle.
Take out the muruku and place them on tissue paper to remove the excess oil.
Crispy muruku is done.
Used store bought rice flour.
Added 3 tsp of hot oil from wok to make dough .